Morning Examiner: Shadowy groups running ads for Republicans?

Republican groups are buying the election with early ads? (Does anyone remember all those Democratic 527s that spent months weakening up GOP House members in summer ‘06?)

Gallup, whose poll is all over the map this year, now shows Republicans up by 5 on the generic ballot.

Relax, the Ground Zero Imam says that “Everything is on the table.” Oh, and he’s a Giant’s fan.

Arlen Specter, dead man legislating, wants to leave a legacy of making you pay to experiment on and kill human embryos.

Cracking down: Australian Catholic Church Bans Use Of AC/DC, Queen at funerals.

Obama administration is discussing biggest-ever foreign arms sale to the Saudis.

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